## Electromagnetic fieldsThis revised edition provides patient guidance in its clear and organized presentation of problems. It is rich in variety, large in number and provides very careful treatment of relativity. One outstanding feature is the inclusion of simple, standard examples demonstrated in different methods that will allow students to enhance and understand their calculating abilities. There are over 145 worked examples; virtually all of the standard problems are included. |

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Therefore, Qxx" = Qyy" □ - j Qzza and there is only one independent component

of the

QU" the

have ...

Therefore, Qxx" = Qyy" □ - j Qzza and there is only one independent component

of the

**quadrupole**moment characteristic of the charge distribution. Calling Q"=QU" the

**quadrupole**moment of this axially symmetric charge distribution, wehave ...

Page 135

Similar results can be obtained for the

our purposes to consider only one component, Q^, say. The x undy components

of (8-41) are xin = xt-ax and y^ =yi □ — ay and when we insert these into (8-28),

...

Similar results can be obtained for the

**quadrupole**moment. It will be sufficient forour purposes to consider only one component, Q^, say. The x undy components

of (8-41) are xin = xt-ax and y^ =yi □ — ay and when we insert these into (8-28),

...

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8-3 The Linear

potential as given by (8-30) can be quite complicated depending on which

components Q,k are different from zero. Consequently, we investigate only the

special ...

8-3 The Linear

**Quadrupole**Field The general expression for the**quadrupole**potential as given by (8-30) can be quite complicated depending on which

components Q,k are different from zero. Consequently, we investigate only the

special ...

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